Trusteer Rapport The Global Leader in Endpoint Cybercrime Prevention

Hundreds of organizations and millions of end users rely on Trusteer Rapport to protect their web applications, computers and mobile devices from online threats.

Even if you have a great Antivirus and Firewall you can be get infected!

Hundreds of organizations and millions of end users rely on Trusteer Rapport to protect their web applications, computers and mobile devices from online threats.

Trusteer Rapport is security software designed to protect confidential data besides your Antivirus and Firewall, such as account credentials, from being stolen by malicious software (malware) and via phishing. To achieve this goal, the software first includes anti-phishing measures to protect against misdirection and attempts to prevent malicious screen scraping. The software is compatible with Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X and can be downloaded free of charge. Financial institutions offer the software free of charge with a view to making online banking safer for customers.

Trusteer is an IBM company

Trusteer is a Boston-based computer security company, responsible for the development of the Trusteer Rapport endpoint security software, Trusteer Pinpoint for clientless fraud prevention, malware detection, and account takeover detection, Trusteer Mobile, a mobile devices security solution, and and Trusteer Apex for the protection of enterprises against advanced malware attacks and data breaches. On August 15, 2013, it was announced that Trusteer would be acquired by IBM for around $1 billion.

Trusteer’s portfolio of products blocks online threats by combining multi-layer security software with real-time intelligence to achieve sustainable protection against malware, phishing attacks and to support regulatory compliance requirements. Trusteer’s malware research team analyzes information received from over 30,000,000 user endpoints and hundreds of organizations using Trusteer solutions to protect web applications, computers and mobile devices from online threats.

Why Trusteer Rapport?

“A recent test of best-of-breed anti-virus vendors and Web browser anti-phishing filters revealed that more than half of active malware and phishing threats on the Internet go undetected, with an average detection rate of 37 percent for malware and 42 percent for phishing.” Cyveillance, February 2009

Recent malware is capable of stealing your login credentials to online banking, brokerage, shopping, ecommerce, email, and social networking websites. Even if the site is deemed “secure”, fraudsters can use your online account to execute unauthorized transactions, place orders, send emails, and much more.

Trusteer Rapport works standalone or alongside any desktop security solution. It hides your login credentials and web communication from any type of malware and prevents unauthorized access to your accounts. You should use Rapport even if your computer runs the most updated antivirus solution.

How Trusteer Works?

When you browse to a website in Internet Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome, the Trusteer Rapport icon appears in or near the browser’s address bar.

The icon is green when Rapport is protecting your communication with the website:

The icon is green when Rapport is protecting your communication with the website:

And the icon is grey when the communication is not protected:

And the icon is grey when the communication is not protected:

Rapport comes preconfigured to protect certain websites which are working directly with Trusteer to give their valued customers the best protection possible.

Of course, you should have Rapport protect you on all websites where you login or where you can read or send sensitive information.

To activate Rapport protection, browse to the website, click the grey Rapport icon, and then click the “Protect this Website” button.

To activate Rapport protection, browse to the website, click the grey Rapport icon, and then click the “Protect this Website” button.

Trusteer recommends you activate Rapport protection on any websites where you are sending your online identity.

On protected websites you can click the green Rapport icon for more information about the forms of protection provided by Rapport for that website.

On protected websites you can click the green Rapport icon for more information about the forms of protection provided by Rapport for that website.